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TIME MATTERS BLOG
This tip explains how to get the Time Matters PDF feature working again. After upgrading to Windows 10, you may find that Time Matters can no longer create PDF versions of reports, documents and, if you use Billing Matters, invoices that can be reprinted or emailed.
The TM Save button in MS Word simplifies the process of saving Word documents into the Time Matters Document Management System. Find out how to add this button to MS Word, set the Word security settings, and add the TM Save button to the top toolbar (Quick Access bar) in MS Word 2010.
This fix eliminates a bug in Time Matters 15.1.1 that causes the display of extraneous code and text at the end of each Note in the Power Views in the Matter List, Contact List, Note List and TM Messages with attached Notes.
Here is a fix for the Outlook Add-In that lets you save Outlook e-mails into Time Matters.
The Connect as Email button and the Time Matters tab may disappear from Outlook 2010 because Outlook has disabled the LexisNexis Practice Management Integration.
To re-enable the LexisNexis Add-In, follow the steps illustrated here:
LexisNexis has started publishing a public Known Issues List for Time Matters here:
At this writing only some Target Issues are listed. More issues will be published as the LexisNexis team works through their list.
The article on each Known Issue describes the issue and sometimes offers a work-around.
If you have Time Matters 10 and are experiencing consistent crashing, it may be due to a new setting. To change the setting:
- Go to: Main Menu | File | Setup | General | Program Level | Forms
- In the center, change "Display 100 records..." to "Display 1,000 records..."
This setting controls how many records are pre-fetched for Sublists. Sublists are the lists of records that appear on Contact forms, Matters forms, and other forms. The Sublists have tabs named: Related, Notes, Documents, etc.
Installing Time Matters on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 or Microsoft Small Business Server 2008 is a more complicated process than installing on a Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 or Windows 7. Here are some tips.